Astrazeneca realizes vaccine acts like a magnet and collects platelets

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  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 08:53pm

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    Astrazeneca realizes vaccine acts like a magnet and collects platelets

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10266585/AstraZeneca-uncovers-trigger-blood-clots-jab.html

  • Thu, Dec 02, 2021 - 09:45pm

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    Mr. Michael

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    Astrazeneca realizes vaccine acts like a magnet and collects platelets

From the article:

“the extremely rare blood clots”

… “The British-made vaccine is thought to have saved about a million lives from Covid”

I’m glad they cleared that up.

  • Fri, Dec 03, 2021 - 12:20am

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The first clots to alarm people were ones appearing in veins near the brains of younger adults in a condition called CSVT (cerebral sinus venous thrombosis).

Lovely.

Essentially, after being delivered into the body adenovirus binds with a specific protein in the blood, known as platelet factor 4 (PF4), which is normally used by the body to promote coagulation in case of injury.

Using incredibly detailed images of the adenovirus in the vaccine the scientists demonstrated the adenovirus in the Oxford-AstraZeneca is negatively charged, and could attract positively charged proteins like a magnet.

The researchers believe that in a case of ‘mistaken identity’ the body’s immune system considers this platelet cluster as threat and releases antibodies to attack it, clumping together to it and triggering potentially life threatening blood clots.

This condition is called vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT).

Does this explain the magnetism effect of the vaccination sites? I still have a difficult time processing that bit based just on internet videos.

Cambridge academics estimated around 1.9 in every 100,000 twenty-somethings given AstraZeneca’s jab would suffer serious blood clots alongside abnormally low platelet levels (thrombocytopenia) — the specific disorder linked to the jab. For thirty-somethings the figure was 1.5.

They compared that against the average number of Covid intensive care admissions that would be prevented by giving that cohort the jab. And they then analysed the risk/benefit ratio in different scenarios, based entirely on how widespread the disease was at the time.

For example, only 0.2 ICU admissions would be prevented for every 100,000 twenty-somethings given the jab at prevalence levels seen in April (fewer than 30,000 infections per week). For adults in their thirties, the figure was around 0.8.

It showed, however, the benefits of giving AstraZeneca’s vaccine to 40-49 year olds outweighed the potential risk (1.7 prevented ICU admissions per 100,000 people compared to 1.2 blood clots).

Right….

  • Fri, Dec 03, 2021 - 12:35am

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    Astrazeneca realizes vaccine acts like a magnet and collects platelets

Quote from article:

Using incredibly detailed images of the adenovirus in the vaccine the scientists demonstrated the adenovirus in the Oxford-AstraZeneca is negatively charged, and could attract positively charged proteins like a magnet.

So all those people with magnetic arms weren’t lying. Lol. I’m just shaking my head at how damn weird this world is getting. And let me guess, the adenovirus is negatively charged because of the bleeping graphene oxide? No, that one isn’t true…. Yet.

  • Fri, Dec 03, 2021 - 12:45am

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    we knew about this a while ago

But its awfully nice to see that MSM is finally catching up.

I wonder what it means?

See this article from May:

https://globalnews.ca/news/7866439/covid-vaccine-vitt-explained/

I’m sure someone got kicked off twitter or youtube or facebook by talking about this effect “prematurely.”

“VACCINES ARE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE!!”

Except when they train your body to attack your own platelets.

Gosh, if only there was a process to “trial” products in small groups prior to rolling them out to hundreds of millions of people.

  • Fri, Dec 03, 2021 - 12:47am   (Reply to #4)

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    Astrazeneca realizes vaccine acts like a magnet and collects platelets

And let me guess, the adenovirus is negatively charged because of the bleeping graphene oxide?

???

If this is true, I want to see the hard evidence disseminated. Why would the adenovirus be negatively charged? Need someone with expertise to answer this.

  • Fri, Dec 03, 2021 - 09:01am

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“the extremely rare blood clots”

Ahh yes, as expected…

-> if shits happens then pretend that its “really rare”

page 438, The Book of 1000 Excuses

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